Two Reasons Why Your Eyes May Change Color
14 March 2017
It is commonly assumed eye color remains the same throughout a person's lifetime. However, there are a number of factors that may cause eyes to change from one color to another. Most are the result of natural processes, such as aging. However, here are two medical issues that can also cause changes in eye color.
Also called pigment dispersion syndrome, pigmentary glaucoma is a type of open-angle glaucoma caused by color in the irises flaking off and gathering in or on other structures in the eye.
Natural Help With Osteoporosis
10 March 2017
Osteoporosis is a painful condition that is caused by weak areas or little holes that form in your bones. Not only does the condition hurt, but it can also lead to fractures in your bones that can happen easily. This condition tends to occur in people when they approach middle age. There are some lifestyle choices that can increase your chances of developing this condition such as inactivity, steroid use, and an improper diet.
A Look At How Exercise Can Benefit People With Parkinson's
8 March 2017
While exercise won't stop the effects of Parkinson's disease, it can certainly help with mobility. There's also a good possibility that exercise can slow down some of the physical symptoms of Parkinson's as well. Here's a look at how exercise can help with Parkinson's and which exercises may work best for people who suffer from this disease.
How Exercise Helps People with Parkinson's
Exercise benefits the body in general, no matter the person's health status.
Potential Advances in Cancer Treatment
6 March 2017
Each year, about 454 out of every 100,000 people develop cancer, and about 171 out of every 100,000 people die from cancer, which means almost 40 percent of people will develop cancer at some time during their lives. This makes it very important to develop new treatments to help limit the mortality rate from cancer. Thankfully, scientists are stepping up to the plate and coming up with newer and better ways to treat cancer, including combining new approaches with older treatments.